Psycho: shaping mental health narratives?

Fri 8 Sep • 16:00 – 18:30

Duke of York
City Centre

Organised by:
  • British Science Association
  • Suitable for: 16+

    The 1960s were a period of intense struggles over knowledge about the human mind, with psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychoanalysts in deep conflict. It was also a period in which cinema became preoccupied with psychological ideas and the Hitchcock classic Psycho was part of this generation. Join us for a special screening of the film and panel discussion with media historian Tim Snelson, neuroscientist Sarah Garfinkel and broadcaster Adam Rutherford to debate the issues.

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